Richest U.S. Retirees Call Seattle Suburb Home

Richest U.S. Retirees Call Seattle Suburb Home Play

July 31 (Bloomberg) -- Hunts Point, Washington, a Seattle suburb with more than 150 days of rain a year and about 400 residents including the Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer, had an average household retirement income of $200,431 in 2010. That puts the peninsula town at No. 1 in a Bloomberg Rankings list of 37 places with the wealthiest older residents. (Source: Bloomberg)

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